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Robots: One Sense Collections of Other More Basic Technologies

  • Date Submitted: 04/05/2010 01:15 PM
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Robots are in one sense collections of other more basic technologies: sensors, controlling and analysis software, pattern recognition capabilities and so on. Pollution controls devices for cars have also been developed. The challenge facing the auto industry is to keep pace with the changing values of society and to develop the technology to do so. But, our country's public opinion doesn't have to fall into a nose-dive of lies and corruption, because of it! Television doesn't have to be a weapon against us, used to sway our opinions or to conform to people who care about their own prosperity, not ours. Automobiles are responsible for more than half the airborne pollution in the western world. As can the laid-off business man, the dumped boyfriend, and the deranged psycho. It may create problems such as machine errors in people's records and banks and governments may gain access to private financial information. Now, because of the easy access to information, the fourteen years old who has just discovered that she failed ninth grade can find out how to make a bomb out of household detergents. Bank personnel may be assisted with computer and some services may work well when automated, but banks will probably never lose their staffs to machines. While technological change has been a priority for banks over the last years, they also recognize the need to communicate in person with customers. Technology has also changed other aspects of everyday life, such as health care, education, job satisfaction, and leisure time activities. Cars influence the ways communities are developing. Yet some people call the current age the "Technological Age" because of society's dependence on technology. Many economists think that if technology sparks growth in one sector of the economy in the form of increased productivity, growth will also occur in other sectors of the economy.


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